Represented Collegiate Licensing Company in litigation to protect the school colors and verbal trademarks of a Texas-based university. The firm’s motion for summary judgment resulted in the court finding liability as a matter of law, and also awarding more than $3 million in damages and attorneys’ fees. Texas Tech Univ. v. Spiegelberg, 461 F. Supp. 2d 510 (N.D. Tex. 2006).

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Sherman Act conspiracy and monopoly claims against obstetrical staff of a major regional hospital
Represented the obstetrical staff of a major regional hospital in resisting Sherman Act conspiracy and monopoly claims made by a group of licensed more
Medical malpractice
Represented a widower after his wife died due to healthcare negligence.  The case resulted in one of the largest medical malpractice settlements ever more
Governance litigation for a health care services company
Represented a health care services company in wide-ranging disputes and litigation with a minority member who asserted a variety of breach of more
Subordinate CMBS certificates in over 150 CMBS securitizations
Represented over a dozen different investors in the acquisition of subordinate CMBS certificates in over 150 CMBS securitizations including more